The Everton striker was signed by more than 108,000 managers, making him the eighth-most popular player ahead of Saturday's deadline.
A further 152,000+ acquired him with their Free Hit chips.
A brace in the 2-1 win at Stoke City took him to four goals from the last three Gameweeks and earned him a place as the lone striker in the Gameweek's best XI.
A first clean sheet since Gameweek 23 helped the Welshman to his first Dream Team appearance. Hennessey was one of only two goalkeepers to supply a shutout over Gameweek 31's four fixtures with the 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town.
The Palace centre-half delivered his season-high 15 points at John Smith's Stadium. Tomkins produced a goal, a clean sheet and a maximum three bonus points and has returned 25 points over the last four Gameweeks.
Established as Liverpool's first-choice left-back, the Scot delivered an assist and a clean sheet to pick up 11 points in the 5-0 win over Watford. Robertson has a pair of assists and two shutouts in his last three home Gameweek appearances.
Back in the starting XI for the first time since Gameweek 16, the fit-again centre-half claimed a single bonus point and clean sheet to cement his second Dream Team call-up.
The most popular Crystal Palace defender for Gameweek 31, the Dutchman was bought by more than 48,000 managers and another 186,000 via the Free Hit chip. He has supplied two goals, a clean sheet and 20 FPL points over his last three outings.
The winger continued his sensational debut season for Liverpool, providing a season-high 29 points thanks to four goals, an assist and three bonus points against the Hornets. Salah has now appeared in the Dream Team on 11 occasions, four more than any other player.
Back on the teamsheet for the first time since Gameweek 27, Ibe sparked a 2-1 comeback win over West Bromwich Albion by firing in AFC Bournemouth's opener. He has scored or assisted in five of his last seven Gameweek starts.
An eighth goal of the season earned Crystal Palace's penalty-taker a belated Dream Team debut. Returning 10 points, Milivojevic is now placed fourth for value in terms of points per million, with 21.6, among FPL midfielders.
AFC Bournemouth's form player was bought by 99,000+ FPL managers and a further 168,000 with the Free Hit chip for Gameweek 31. Stanislas duly delivered, with his free-kick taking the winger to four goals and two assists in the last eight Gameweeks.
Two assists in the victory over Watford helped him score nine points, his biggest tally since Gameweek 14. Earning a third spot in the Dream Team, Mane has delivered points in four successive Gameweeks; his most consistent scoring streak of the season.
The January signing hit new heights with his 13 points in the 2-1 win at Stoke City. Despite testing fixtures to come against Manchester City and Liverpool, and no Double Gameweek, his form is such that he is the fifth-most bought forward for Gameweek 32 with 30,000 new owners.